2029 Connecticut Condos for Sale

Located at 2029 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008

Elegant architecture, a great address and beautifully renovated luxury condos for sale—that’s what 2029 Connecticut is all about. Eponymously named for its locale (at 2029 Connecticut Avenue, NW), this historic seven-story building is in the heart of Washington, DC’s very posh Kalorama neighborhood.


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Built in 1916, the Beaux Arts structure was once known as the Bates Warren Apartment House. This was one of the District’s grand rentals for generations, home to such notables as President William Howard Taft, and much later, liberal lion and presidential nominee George McGovern. The building has since converted to 26 very spacious condominium units with sizes ranging from 1,200 to over 5,000 square feet.

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2029 Connecticut is between Wyoming Avenue and California Street, just two blocks from the lovely triangular Kalorama Park and its Kalorama Recreation Center. The exclusive neighborhood lies between two other highly popular communities—Adams Morgan is right next-door to the northeast while Dupont Circle is to the south.

 This stunning building features one-bedroom, two-bath units, plus three-bedroom, three-bath, and four-bedroom, four-bath layouts. The floors come in beautifully inlaid original parquet, herringbone and traditional strip hardwood, while walls are adorned by exquisitely detailed crown molding and decorative millwork. Add to that, gourmet modern kitchens with granite counters and stainless steel appliances, along with remodeled luxury spa baths with original subway tile floors, walk-in closets, soaring ceilings and numerous other rich architectural details.

Residents at this pet-friendly building also enjoy a 24/7 front desk with concierge service, a doorman, parking, a fully-equipped gym, extra storage and a wonderful wooden rooftop deck with amazing skyline views as well as a catering kitchen.

The neighborhood is served by the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro as well as the Dupont Circle Metro. Also worth noting are all the nearby restaurants, both along the 18th Street Corridor in Adams Morgan as well as in fashionable Dupont Circle. To learn more about 2029 Connecticut, call District Partners at Compass at 202-798-3600.

Kalorama, Then and Now

Long before Kalorama was known as one of the most exclusive residential neighborhoods in Washington, DC, it was a hilly, rural colonial land grant, presented by King Charles II of England to one of his former servants. Over time, portions of the land were sold off. The famous Bel Air estate was built on a hilly site, circa 1795. The estate was purchased in 1807 by a diplomat who renamed it Kalorama—a Greek term translating roughly into beautiful view.

It wasn’t until the very late 1800s and early 1900s that the neighborhood became more widely developed, with a combination of mansions and large apartment buildings like 2029 Connecticut Avenue, 2101 Connecticut Avenue, The Carthage, The Dresden and others (structures that would ultimately go condo a century later).

Kalorama is made of two sections, the Kalorama Triangle and Sheridan-Kalorama. The residences at 2029 Connecticut Avenue are in the Kalorama Triangle, close to the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Columbia Road. The area is known for its many embassies and diplomatic missions—the Embassy of Gabon, Embassy of the Republic of Malta, the Russian Trade Representation, Embassy of Macedonia,  the Chilean Naval Mission and the French Ambassador’s residence are just a few of the stately buildings within close proximity to 2029 Connecticut Ave.

The area has long been home to influential politicians and business leaders, including past presidents such as Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Barrack Obama and family, and current movers and shakers like Jeffrey Bezos of Amazon and the Washington Post, and Jared and Ivanka Kushner. But you don’t have to be a power broker to live in the neighborhood. Everyday people can purchase condos at one of the grand old buildings and stroll along the same streets where genteel ladies and gentleman walked arm-in-hand, 100 years or more ago.

Other interesting places in the primarily residential neighborhood include Mitchell Park where summer movie nights occur, the So’s Your Mom deli, modern art at the Phillips Collection, Glen’s Garden Market and the small triangular Kalorama Park.

2029 Connecticut FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When was 2029 Connecticut built?

A: The beautiful Beau-Arts-style structure was completed in 1916. It was an apartment building known as the Bates Warren Apartment House for many years and was converted to condominium units in 1977.

Q: Can you tell me a little more about the location?

A: Named for its street address at 2029 Connecticut Avenue, the building is steps away from the convergence of Connecticut Avenue and Columbia Road in the Kalorama neighborhood. The Dupont Circle neighborhood is just a few blocks south.

Q: Are there any parks in the area?

A: Yes, there is a triangular park at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Columbia Road known as Major General George B. McClellan Park. Kalorama Park which also has a triangle shape is about three blocks northeast of the building. Mitchell Park is about a half-dozen blocks to the southwest, and Rock Creek Park is just a few blocks to the northwest.

Q: Is 2029 Connecticut a pet-friendly building?

A: The building accepts dogs and cats that are 25 pounds or under.

Transit Options in Kalorama

Kalorama is known as a wonderful place to live, but not necessarily a hub of business. Locals enjoy getting out and strolling through the neighborhood but the winding streets and gently hilly terrain combine to give it a Walk Score of 88 while Adams Morgan, right next-door, as a Walk Score of 95.

You won’t find a Metro station in Kalorama. But there are two good options within a reasonably close distance. The Dupont Circle Metro is a half-mile south on Connecticut Avenue while the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Station is just slightly further but to the north.

Fortunately, residents at 2029 Connecticut have a parking garage. Connecticut Avenue itself is one of Washington’s main arteries, and it’s a breeze to head south into Downtown DC or north through other popular neighborhoods and all the way into Maryland.

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Listing information last updated on July 13th, 2024 at 4:45am EDT.